The Achievements of Porfirio Sanchez Galindo at Grupo Televisa
Porfirio Sanchez Galindo is a media guru, who works for one of the largest media companies in the Spanish speaking region, Grupo Televisa. He has over 2 decades of experience, most of which he has spent working in the lower management levels of Grupo Televisa. To get to be the CEO of the Grupo Editorial Televisa, Sanchez Galindo had to work really hard.
To mold his career success, Porfirio Sanchez Galindo started by ensuring that he god a good education that would sustain him and see him strong through the dynamics of the career field. He graduated with software research studies from Carnegie Mellon University. He later applied to join ITAM where he pursued and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics. He also attended the renowned Stanford where he pursued his executive studies. With such a solid education background, Sanchez has the skills it takes to not only make an outstanding professional but a perfect leader.
More than eight years back, Sanchez was appointed to be the director General of Grupo Editorial Televisa. His roles as a director and CEO involves being in charge of special projects. He is also in charge of increasing the number of channels. Additionally, he ensures that there are unending proposals to the company’s readers and customers. As the CEO of the editorial segment of this industrial mogul, Sanchez has been able to grow the revenues to over $10 billion, making him the best person to be placed in charge of the over 10,000 employees who work in the editorial branch.
Prior to receiving this promotion, Sanchez worked in the lower management. He wasn’t really in the limelight until the World Bank began to head hunt. It was then that Grupo Televisa realized what a treasure they had in him. They offered him a better deal than the World Bank was offering and that was the beginning of Sanchez in the executive position. Today, he continues to bring new business for Televisa, always targeting to have more customers, advertisers and to increase the number of shareholders.